It's clear when I arrive at the Boulder Farmers' Market Saturday that summer has finally and emphatically arrived. Fronds of dill have given way to long seed stalks. The peaches are profoundly welcome, but no longer the brilliant surprise they were last week. Not many field tomatoes yet -- though I ... More >>
When Louisville's Viceroy of India changed over to Delhi Darbar, not much changed -- the Indian restaurant served up the same menu as its predecessor, albeit under a different name. But even with a fresh moniker, the owners couldn't make Indian food work in that location, and Delhi Darbar closed its ... More >>
There's no limit to our love for salted and cured meat, so we're as happy as pigs at the feeding trough that some variation of the charcuterie plate has worked its way onto just about every menu in this town. But as more and more restaurants fill out their menu with piles of salami and ham, some spo ... More >>
Lori Midson No. 78: Truffo panino from Shangri-La Cafe For several years, Massimo Ruffinazzi, who was born and raised in Casteggio, Lombardia Italy, was chef/partner at Il Fornaio, an Italian restaurant that once occupied prime real estate in LoDo, before it shuttered (the Tech Center locati ... More >>
A Flickr photo Just in case you haven't heard, there's a new steak house in town -- and it comes with a side of strip ... tease. Cliff Young, one of Denver's best-known restaurateurs, recently returned from a 12-year extended holiday in France at the Chateau Cote d'Or to open C Y Steak, a s ... More >>
Bistro VendomeToday is Bastille Day, and while the really cool parties will no doubt take place on the streets of Paris, we've got plenty of celebratory bashes to storm right here in Denver, beginning with Bistro Vendome, the Frenchified spot at 1420 Larimer Street that's encouraging habitues to "si ... More >>
Head for Whole Foods.
A La Tomate Cafe and Tarterie is just waiting to be discovered.
In Spanish, solera describes a wine-making process. In English, Solera means consistently good meals.
Nicois is full of truly wonderful food -- and not enough diners.
Like cream, Mizuna rises to the top.
Sean Kelly's Biscuit rises and shines.